1979 Tri-Sonic Values, Specs and Prices

Select a 1979 Tri-Sonic Model

Tri-Sonic Note

No longer in production. No weight and beam information available.
(1981 - 1973)

POWER BOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
1700 SST CAPRICE 16' STERN FG 1 198 0 0' Gasoline
1900 LTD RIVIERA 18' STERN FG 1 228 0 0' Gasoline
1900 LTD VENTURA 18' STERN FG 1 228 0 0' Gasoline
1900 RIVIERA 18' STERN FG 1 228 0 0' Gasoline
1900 SST VENTURA 18' STERN FG 1 228 0 0' Gasoline
1900 XLT RIVIERA 18' STERN FG 1 228 0 0' Gasoline
1900 XLT VENTURA 18' STERN FG 1 228 0 0' Gasoline
1900 TR2 XLT 19' STERN FG 1 260 0 0' Gasoline
1900 TR2 XLT LTD 19' STERN FG 1 260 0 0' Gasoline
2000 SST VALIANT 20' STERN FG 1 228 0 0' Gasoline
2000 XLT VALIANT 20' STERN FG 1 228 0 0' Gasoline
2200 TR22 LTD&CC 22' STERN FG 1 260 0 0' Gasoline
2200 TR22 XLT 22' STERN FG 1 260 0 0' Gasoline
2400 CARIBBEAN 24' STERN FG 2 170 0 0' Gasoline
2400 CARIBBEAN 24' STERN FG 1 260 0 0' Gasoline
Founded in Forth Worth, Texas during the 1960s, Tri-Sonic boats were identified for incorporating a lift hull design. Supplying bow riders, cuddy cruisers and center console fiberglass vessels, the line-up of 18-foot to 24-foot watercraft produced by Tri-Sonic are formidable for many family activities on the water. Tri-Sonic boats was founded by Roy Rogers who also created the Mark Twain boat company.